The Japanese famous mountains that want to go at least once Believed holy mountain, Mt. Shichimen-san The marvelous view “Diamond Fuji” and the Japanese relaxation
In Japan, there are a lot of holy mountains as the places for the god to live.
Mt. Fuji is the representing one.
Also, Mt. Hiei-zan in Kyoto and Mt. Osore-zan in Aomori is the one of them.
A lot of tourists from abroad visit there, so you may hear these names before.
Mt. Shichimen-san is one of the holy mountains.
It is 1,989 meters above the sea level, and locates in Minamikoma-gun, Yamanashi Prefecture.
Near the summit, the place of 1,700 meters above the sea level, Keishinin Temple is built.
A lot of worshipers visit here through a year, so that there is an accommodation called “Shukubou” in Keishinin Temple.
A lot of people, who want to face with themselves in the silence, stay in the mountain during the night.
Public transports are till the basis of Mt. Shichimen-san, so worshipers should climb to 1,000 meters above the sea level;
in the other words, about 4 to 5 hours for a 1 way trip.
Well-equipments are necessary.
In the solemn Shukubou, a very long futon is well known, and people line up to sleep on this futon on the tatami.
Also, the marvelous view from the summit is one of the attraction of Mt. Shichimen-san.
Mt. Shichimen-san locates on the middle-west of Mt. Fuji, so when the spring and autumn day, the sun rises from the middle-east and sets in the middle-west, people can see “Diamond Fuji”.
Diamond Fuji means “the sun looks like being on the summit of Mt. Fuji”.
Even this year’s autumn day, September 23, a lot of people visited the summit of Mt. Shichimen-san on this glorious scene.
Inns, locates on the basis of Mt. Shichimen-san, correspond to cook lunch boxes and rice balls for climbers, and meals, rests, and bathes after climbing.
Its delicious foods and relaxation on the tatami mat heal climbers and worshippers.
It fulfilled by attractions as Japan to heal by fresh feelings for tomorrow that experiences to stay at Shukubou, the marvelous view, and Japanese room’s warm atmosphere beyond the long way.
Source of photos;https://blogs.yahoo.co.jp/mhwfh482/811211.html